AA Self Storage is building an 84,000-square-foot facility that will be part of a mixed-use development in Leland, N.C. The property will comprise 300 climate-controlled units, 47 traditional units and 77 covered boat/RV spaces. Weather has forced construction delays, but the asset is expected to be complete by the end of August, according to the source.
The facility will be adjacent to Brunswick Forest Veterinary Hospital and be part of The Villages at Brunswick Forest, a 160-acre town center comprising more than 500,000 square feet of retail and professional services.
“We’ve been trying to get into the Leland/North Brunswick County market for a number of years,” said Bill Coffey, president of AA parent company The Rosemyr Corp. “We will primarily serve household customers and the Brunswick Forest community.”
AA has a development plan to build at least one new storage facility each year, Coffey said.
AA operates 13 self-storage facilities in North Carolina and Virginia, with portable-storage solutions available at five locations. Founded in 1954 and based in Henderson, N.C., Rosemyr is a real estate development and investment company with ownership in more than 2.6 million square feet of commercial space. In addition to self-storage, it has interests in banks, restaurants, retail centers and other business assets.
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